Saturday was a big day as a number of colleges had their annual spring game and while it’s bigger at some programs at others, The Tennessee Volunteers know how to hold a party at their Orange and White game, and the fans were appropriately dressed.
The Stubblefield Family is All Vol! pic.twitter.com/Szxh7ptbJF
— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) April 12, 2014
The Stubblefield family caught our eyes when father and his two sons dressed like this last year at the Orange and White game, but this year mom was a part of the festivities. I gotta say it takes real courage to go out in public dressed like this, and not many people can pull off this look decked in school colors.
Tennessee is expected to draw more than 60,000 fans for the second spring game in the tenure of head coach Butch Jones and tables set up for fans to get autographs from their favorite players and even have a DJ inside Neyland Stadium for additional entertainment. Last year former Vol Arian Foster was one ht 1′s and 2′s spinnin some of the hits.